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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

VOLUME 3. RKYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AVML 24, 1895 NUMIUSH 4!). The 1 Store with Tiny Prices Slash in A GRAND SUCCESS and a GREAT SALE! One year ngo if we had toM you that in April. Ij'.'.C). you could buy n Ten Hollar Snit of Clotlifn for Fivo Dollar you wouM have laughed at us but, nevertheless, it is a fact, woolen good are placed on the market to-day for less money than fhoddy cotton were one year ago. We have taken advantage of this great change in prices by buying all new goods this spring, therefore, we can and will sell you (Hood New Clothing Cheaper, yes, for one-half the price that our Competitors can sell you their old nhelf-vorn stock. Lixwmim tin CO 1 I if Mi i Spring Suits for Men! Men's Nobby Sack and Square Cut nuns, spring ana summer weights, dark colors that would of sold for ta.OO, offered at our store at only $2.77 A lot of Men's Fine Casslmeres, Chev iot and Worsted, medium welcht. suits all sizes, nicely made up, perfect fitting garmonta that would have...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

MILLIONS MADE IN OIL. $11,000,000 WAS CLEARED. Illloat Remarkable Short Turn in World'! Commercial History. The Ktnndnnd Oil Company hns made the piny nf Its exlstcu;e. lie nirKrct-nte profits outot the advance In ell will npproxltnuts Dot li'FSthnn 1 1 .0(0.01)0. Incidentally everybody eni-nurd In the oil Industry In the reiinsylvanls field, compris ing the Keystone Mate, Houtheiistorn Ohio, West Vlrwlula nnd Now York has proMcd fommensurutely to the extent ol tlielr hold Inns In the Mtandnrd's big turn, mid number less smnll fortunes hnve been mnde. The realisation of these enormous profit It contingent upon the ability of the big eom finny to refine and market the oil which t has acquired nt remunerative prices. In this ense, the H'.undnrd probably has tho ability, and, while oil may bo sold at less limn the present prices of refined, it can be safely estimated that the tutu will net til, 000,000 to tho company. 1 he handsome winnings of the producers bave already Iwen made nnd t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

mv COATS, Jacket Ann short and skirt PAIIT 19 OriKN 1 FLUTES. Either Double or Single Ilrenated A Coat and Skirt En Rulto is Invaluable Jabots and Collar. IT has been decreed, says Elk Starr in the New York Recorder, that the appliqne of cloth npon cloth , shall distinguish ninny of the tailor-made costumes of the season. This does not imply dimply nn ftp plied pattern of cloth npon ft plain surface, but the idea is elaborated in a dozen and one different nnd charm ing ways. One delightful example recently displayed is in faced cloth of the new brown, with revers of biscnit colored cloth, covered with applique designs in dark brown velvet. Broad, flaring turn-over caffs are mado to correspond. The new coat is easy enough, to C0AT3 WITH TUE make when the cloth is thick enough to dicpense with lining, and then one length of silk will be sufficient, if cnt down the centre, to face the fronts and make a nice, neat finish. Some times the fullness at the back is set in two fcox-pleats, cu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

?rit -ft Star. tii(l)in-i)ilii)i tl.M) )rr irnr, ' mlnitiff, . n ti:imii:io, i;.iu..r mni i'h. vi:PNi:si)Tv. aimiiiTsi. imv Ati lMlcptiifti'iii Iin-iiI pnpir. iiiltlNhrtlivii'y Wcilnt'tdiiv nt UfvnithlHVHIo, Ji'tTi'ion t'o. Ph.. ili'Viiii'il to tin' lim-rvHl of Ki'ViiiiIiNvMIk mvl .li-iViM'wmrounl v. Niin-imlUlriil. win in'tit nll wlili f:ili MiK. imil will In' i'HHii'hi1ly frlimil ly inwiinli tho Inltorlnir cIiihm. . Hiilmrrlptlnn irli,iSl.mlHTiir1ln srtvnncn. IJonimunl.'iillimii Inli'hili'il fur linlillrollim mntl Im iii'i-iimimnli'il liy thn wr(lr'ii nnmi, nnl fur ntililli'iiilim, hut nn n irmrftntf! (if Rtmilfiiltli. IntiwtHn mw Item millrltiMl. Ailvi'rllalnii rate mni1i liniiwn on iiMcn tlon nl thii otlli'O In Arnohln' Itloi'k. I.riinliiy roniiiiiinlriitlniiA nml rhnnffn of nrlvi'i'ilMiinifMilN Miniilil rrnrh thin onirn bf Monihiv noon. Art.lri' nil I'oinmiinlfntlonn til II. A. Htrph ennui, 1ti'vnolilvHlt. Ph. KiiIit.mI nt thr ntiitHVt nt Knynnldiivllln, Tit., hh nismiihI rlnHH...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

SUPPLEMENT. THE - STAR What lul HanUil. "About iifxn Me haw ItvflNt ntnnd ing on mountain top IooUIiik 'town at at. When we n It, vto thuDKht that it wn a oaroel, bnt Calinoa eaiil that tba beaut tu rhinonerua or onlooru. It batb a burn nt In the mldnt of its forehead 4 foot long, and wlintNoover It bntM at It ran biin throng' and ponuda him againiit the rocks. It la aaid by writer on natural hlntnrj thot they place yonng virgin in hla wny, where at be pnta away from biiu all bin florae neea and lay down bla heart and ia beld thna entranced until he Iw taken and alain. " Thus wrote that delightfully noire observer, Father Felli Fahri, viovUU ed Binal 400 year ego. Moiuiru pil grim who have followed in hi ftmt tepe with their eyna open will at voce reooRniae that the animal be aaw waa the bedan, or Sinaitio ibpx, which gnxea down on paaMng oaravana from the cliff which tower above their route. He i aeldoin vieible to them utile hi ahapely figure happen to be Rilbouotted on tbe ky lin...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

le Star Sulmcriptinn $1.60 per year, in admnee. C. A. NTKIKNM Kdllor and IMib. W EDXF.3DAY. APRIL 24, 18H5. Passenger trains arrive and leave Itcyn oldsvllle as follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train, - - 44 a. m.lTraln t, - J. 40 a.m. Train I, - 1.00 p. m. Train 1 1.41 p. m. Train a S.IW p. m.lTraln 10, - 1.48 p. m. BKTS'OLPaVIM.S rosT-orrics. Malls arrive and leave the pout-office ai follows: Arrive. Depart. vkom the west. rnTmun. 1.1ft p. m. - 7.00 p. tn. 111.80 p. m - - .) p. m. nun tb kast. ron ma wst. I. 00 a. m. 1.00 p. m.lMs a. m. - 1.14 p. ru. Arrive from Rathmel and Preecottvllle II. no a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdays and Saturdays at l.an p. m. Ieparts for Preecottvllle, Rathmel, Panic 8.00 n. m. Office hour 7.00 a. m. tos.on p. m. Money order office open fnim 7.00 a. m. to f .30p. m. Register office open from 7.00 a. m. to son p. m. Irf-vni Holiday from 7.00 tos.no a. m. and from 12.00 to 8.00 p. m. K. T. MclJAW, I. M. ft Little ol Everut...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

One of tbo largest lava fields In the World is in Arizona. It extends from Run Francisco Mountnin to Mount Taylor, nud cover 20,00 square miles. A According to the most recent census tbo population of tbo Unttoit States wholly or in part of African descent aggregated 7,470,040 souls, or 12.2 per cent of the total population of the couutry. Mnyor Jcwctt of Buffalo, N. Y., euKSCHts the utilization of tho trolley railways for carrying all street gar bage out of tho city from collecting stations established nt convenient places along tho railway ronton. A follow of tho Royal Society Las issued a pamphlet on "How to Draw a Straight Line," something most think thov can ilo without learning. Ilut those who can draw ft lino Btr.iight without ruling it can draw anything. Tho New York Times publishes Hit of 104 person, men, women oud rhildren. killed lv the trolley cars in Brooklyn ainco electricity was iutro dueed as a motive power in tbo sum mer of 1802. Truly a Moody record comments the Tr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

Sprang ODeaimBinig Is such a tris.1 that men say "Let the horn take earoof Itself." But the conscientious wife feels bound to risk health and strength In this annual strangle with dust and dirt The consequence of her feverish anxiety over extra work Is depletion of the blood, the Source of all life and strength, manifested In thnt weak, tired, nervous condlton too prev alent at this seHson and very dangerous If allowed to eontinue. What every man and women needs in the snrlnir Is Hood's Sarsa parllln. It keeps the blood vitalized and en Hood's Sarsapanlla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in tho Public Eye Today. rsri LP!W fur with rnvnn. all !. m ------ v v ivct m fhlsh an 30 ta an. inr.h.. il fdlnmeter. at 2 So. nsr oniinn I TheV do DM Hilt, shrink, Iwa1 to water, nor allow forin sub-1 I HUM An mm l- f . . I I In aarret or born and thus are protected I iwifi irnnni, I ney ills no sellings luft -rw viivafier man wooai TsnNJ uvihi ToruDTruoTur ana fl . -ornememai water sup...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 April 1895

AIDED WILKES BOOTH THOMAS JONES, THE MAN WHO SHIELDED LINCOLN'S MURDERER. Kept Him In Hiding: Ws Hays end llclpi d Him to Bench Virginia The Reward of 300,000 Offered by the Government find Not the Tower to Move II Im. There died in Clinrlci comity, Mil., put long ngo Tliom.w A. .louea, at llo ro of 74. Jones hold a position in tlio Washington navy ynrd, hot win dis missed thronRh tho iiiflnonco of Con gressman Mmld of Maryland, who had informed tho socrotnry of tlio navy thnt Jones had tilnycd a lu'oiuiiienl. part in tlio Furnpo of John Wilkes Booth, tlio assassin of Provident Lincoln. "It's quito tnip," ndmitted Joiich nt tlio, time of his dismissal, ".lohn Wilkes Booth, with a hrokcu nnklo, sick nnd snflVrinK tho tortures of tho dnninnd, was placed ill my hands to bo spiritid nerosn tlio river, nnd tbn (.'MO, 0(11) re ward, or even (3,000,000, would not have caused inn to turn traitor to tho (onthoru Confederacy, tho ponplo I loved, and surrender n mnn whoso life wai In my kncpii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1895. NUMBElt 50. 1 I r i ) V Milliren's! Mb mm &5.00 Cheviots, all-wool. For the (farments you'd have to pay H0.OO elsewhere. Fifteen Dollars would not tell the value and perfect fit of our Suits at $7, $8, $9 and 910. All the newest designs in Sacks, in Cutaway Sacks and in Full Dress Cutaways, made of Fancy Cheviots, Imported Clay Worsteds and Diagonals, and Unfinished Worsteds. Their Cut, Style and Finish Com pare with any $25. 00 or $30:00 Tailor-made Garments. $7.00. $8.00. $9.00. $10.00. Mention any shade and we have it. Ask for any new style and we will produce it. Our assortment this Spring is sim ply gigantic. The amount we sell proves that our prices are right. Call and see 'em. The only way that we can convince you that wo are the- Lowest Prlco and Only RoUablo Clothior, Hatter and Men's Furnisher In the County Is for you to call, get prices and see the goods. Reynolds Block. Glenn A. Milliren. Our Triumphal March !...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

LEAPED TO THEIR DEATE TRAPPED AMID FIRE. Nine Hundred Employe! Imrjrlsoned in at Burning Faotory. W. C Donald's extensive tobacco factory on Ontario street, Montreal was partially de troyed ty lire 1 rlJay eveulug. The loss will teaeb ball million, on which there li no Insurance. There was not a lire escape on the outside, nor any appliances on the in tile ol the building lor the fUb'.lnj ol lira, Evan the windows were Kiinr.I-l by heavy Iron sureeus, premim ibly to prevent theft. Tbe lire started nt S p.m. In tne drying room and lor a while smouldered, iben suddenly the Unmet hurst out and a must awful panlu ensued. There were nine hun. dred employes In the building and more than halt ol this number were women Hit I girls. Tbe shrinks ol the women as tliiy beat agnlnst the iron screens, praying the crowd to do something to save them, were most heartrending. One girl says she Jumped from a fourth, tory window and escaped without Injury but her story seems hardly credible, and' (be w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

FOTATO KINGS. -CCIriVATINO TIIR Tt'IJEIt OX A LAROE SCALK IX COLUIIADO. Aided by a Mght, Sandy Soil and Ingestions Machinery Cirent Crops Are RuinedForty Tntcrs" Weighed 120 rounds! "JrOVLD a member of the Rpjel I Society, which in 1003 adopt J ed measures for extending the cultivation of the Bolnnum 'Tuberosum, with a view to the pre vention of fn mi nes in Englend end Ireland, have accompanied a Chi cbro Tintee-Hcrald representative through the wonderinl potato region of Colorado on a recent occa sion he must have been satisfactorily convinced that "Ihiagi do move." In the beginning of the sixteenth century potatoes were brought from America to Europe for cultivation in gardens a a curiosity. This year, be fore the shipping season closed, about April 15, there wire forwarded, from one section of Colorado alone, C0D0 carloads of "spuds" each cor averag ing 400 bushels. Only a few years ago, when some enterprising fnrmers commenced the cultivation of potatoes, on what then appeared ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

DOFT BE - SATISFIED ! Until you pee the Fine Line of Men's, Boys' & Children's SUITS -THAT- f3ELL, The ONLY RELIABLE CLOTHIER in Reynolds ville, is displaying for Spring and Summer. Just look at a few of his prices for this season: Mon's Suits, All-wool, In Single and Doublo Breasted for I 400 600 0 50 750 800 9 50 10 00 12 00 14 00 Boys' Long rants Suits, Singlo or Doublo Breasted, All-wool (or $ 4 00 4 75 " " " " " " " " 6 00 " " " " " " " " 8 00 " " " " " " " " 0 60 " " " " " " " " 7 60 " " " " " " " " 8 00 " " " ' " " " " 8 60 .. . n 90O " " " " " " " " 10 00 Children's Suits in Double Breasted and Single, age 4 to 13, for $ 75 II tl tt It tt It tt tl II II it II II II II II II II II II II II II 1 00 1 25 1 50 2 00 2 50 fte it Star. Nnbficription tt.fiO jmt yrar, in ndvanr. V. A. NTI'.ni i:.lli..r mi it Vuh. Y EDNKSDAY, MAY 1, 18lKi. AnlmltMH'ntlrnt livnl iiiHr. pnMMirrt every WednoH,uv nt ltvimlNvM1r, .lifTtrMtn Co. rv ilrvotcrt to tho tnti-ro! of KeynnhNvllIn nn .ItMTcrwon...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

m jr Star Subtcriittion $1.60 jwr trir, in mlnince, C, A. KTI.I'lllilNKO l:illtor and IMib. WEDNESDAY. MAY 1, 1895. oldsvllle n follows: Allryheny Valky Hoihruy. Kaatwa'ril. Westward. Trains, - .U ft. m.lTraln (I, -7.Wa. m. Train 1, - l.OU p. m. Train S, - - 1.42 p.m. Trains 0.87 p. m.lTraln 10, - -S.4Hp.ni. nRVfffii.iMvii.i.ii root-omen. Malls Arrlv nml leave the txMt-offlce as follow I Arrive. Pepart. MOM TUB WMT. rORTHIEAST. , l.M p. m. - - 7.no p. m.13.m p. m (l.Wp. m. mourn rakt. roB mm wrsr. 1.00 a. m. - - J.uu p. m. 17. Ill a. m. l.lft p. m. A Little ol Everything. First day of May. Will wo colobrate tlio 4tt Fink Jubilco Singers Mny 21st. The Star gives you the news. Grograln silks at Doemer & Co's. Take a look at Robinson's wheel shoos. The street sprinkler wns at work yes terday. Bicycle's for sale at Ed.Ooodor's from 125.00 up. ou want nice silks, they are at P0ftilr& Co.'s. India silks Friday and Saturday at Deemor Si Co's. Brocaded silks Friday and Saturday at D...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

The starry flag is to be raisod ovei every scboolhouse in Missouri. Tho King of Portugal's precious life is insured for $400,000. London compauios carry the risk. "Tho nations of Christendom are everywhere arbitersof the fate of non Christian nations," boast the New York Observer. Rev. Dr. Thompson, of tho Madison Aveimo Presbytersan Church, Now York City, believes in making temper ance a part of tho compulsory educa tion in our public schools. Hypnotism is becoming a too con venient cloak for all kinds of human weakness and wickedness, protests the Now York Mail and Express. It is an exceedingly populnr (substitute for the Wurn-out insanity pies. Tho Pittsburg coal men say they aro not afraid of tho long-diBtance transmission of electricity generated by water power, as they can seud a ton of coal by water a thousand miles at a cosl of twenty-five ceuts. Under a roeont law foreign dogs are no longor admitted into Iceland. The measure is due to the fact that in 1893 a foreign dog was...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

Look Out for Tonr First Doty in to Tourself. Tonr Bodily Condition Culls for the Help to be Found in a Good Spuing tvOedDCDirae The beat Preparation for tills rnrpose is Hood's Sarsaparilla Spring is the season for cleansing and renewing the blood. During the winter it has crept sluggishly through the viens, gathering imparities from indoor sir, from fatty substances in the food, and from many other sources. The great blood purifying medicine specially prepared to do this work is Hood's Harsapnrilla, It will give to the blood purity, richness and vitality and these will bring health and vigor, strong nerves, a good appetite, refresh ing sleep, and powors of endurance. Cleanse your blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, a renovating preparation especially prepared to make ' pnre blood, then yon may enjoy the season of flowers and birds and ont door pleasures, for yon will bo healthy, strong and well. UrAl, DiMe enreall liver Ilia. hlllons slBlM S rlllS ness, headache. Si cents. A Drlsh...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 May 1895

4 WOMEN CANt Tirt That In, Mr. IMww Bars, They Ar Not Oood AfVr IMnnvr Vpcakmi. Notwithstanding the mnny disgnises in which the feminine nfter filmier speaker npprnrs, Chnnnoey Dopew ny tho I a "failure," and a he nnk Into the favorite lounging rhnir In hid den, Dr. Depew reiterated, "Yes, n failure." "And yonr advice to her la?" "Quit the bnstnesa. " Of course the new woman, who thinks the is gront anccosa hi a companion to after dinner coffeo, will rise toolijoct to luch wholosalo condemnation, but who ha A clearer title to criticise than the king of nftor dinner talkers? Club life produce after dinner talk era by the dozen. But none, a yet, be comes the queen of nftor dinner sponkera. A mnjority aro too conscious of thoir own eiTorta to reach that distinction. Almost as many ore in too deadly ear nest over their particular line of work to hoed the graced and the lightsome ness of ooffee talk and become popular. When asked if his judgment wai the result of experience, Mr. Uepew aa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 May 1895

Wm VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1095. NUMBER 1. Mlliren's! Cheviot, all-wool. For the garments you'd have to pay $10.00 elsewhere. Fifteen Dollars would not tell the value and perfect fit of our Suits at $7, $8, $9 and 10. All the newest designs in Sacks, in Cutaway Sacks and in Full Dress Cutaways, made of Fancy Cheviots, Imported Clay Worsteds and Diagonals, and Unfinished Worsteds. Their Cut, Style and Finish Com pare with any 825.00 or $30.00 Tailor-made Garments. $7.00. $8.00. S9.00. $10.00. HATS! Mention any shade and we have it. Ask for any new style and we will produce it. Our assortment this Spring is sim ply gigantic. The amount we sell proves that our prices are right. Call and see 'em. The only way that we can convince Only Reliable Cloth lor, Hattor and Men's call, get prices and see the goods. Reynolds Block. Get Ready! tfOR WARM We have them in them. American Dimities, Belfast Dimities, G P O D S Grenadines, T aconet And many other kinds. select...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 May 1895

c NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL. ORDERED TO NICARAGUA. Th Government Send Two Shirs to the Field of Conflict. After severnl conferences with fleeretnry Orrslintn, Heeretnry ot tha Nnvy Herbert on Monday tent dispatches to llio commnndert of (he United States gunboats Alert nod In Atlanta, directing them ti proceed without delay to Kan Juaa del Bur and On' town, Nlcaraitua, respectively. The Alert la at Panama, and It will tnkn her about a dny and a ball to reach Kan Juan did Hur, which la the cable elation nearest Corinto, about 100 mile below that port. , The Atlanta la nt Key West, and can nwike the distnnco ol 750 mile from that place to tlreytown In two and a half day. When fvcretary llorbert wa asked the significance i l these orders he answered : 1 be newspapers say that a revolution Is probable In Nicaragua. In order to protect the Interests ot American citizens, their lives and property, and lollowltn tbe policy al ways pursued in such contingencies, 1 have ordered the Alert to Han ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 May 1895

STUDHNT DUELS A Curious Manifestation in Gor man University Life. 'Tho Contestants Try to Mutilate Each Othor'a Faco3. One of tho most curious manifesta tions in Gemma studout life is tho iluol. This in carried on for the mont part by tho memlinri of the secret so cieties. There are oorUin obligations A.i to tho porsonnl behavior renting upon all tbo shutouts who Are not "wild men." Antiijuntod customs ex 1st in regard to tho salute of an ac quaintance, tho method of conduct at drinking festival aud in tho groat fluid of university social relation in general. Tlioso written and unwritten rulos must ho carefully observed, or tho iotmlty in a challenge, which cm torn rcuiro tint thi st'swont nhnll accept. It may neither 13 pleasant nor necessary to glvo a description of ouo of these encounters. The tank has boon done before, and it only remain to oito n few fiets iu regard to an in .Rtitutiou which it is alittlo morvollous tho Germans do uot find some method to abolish. The duel or "i...

Publication Title: Star, The
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